The Honda Accord – Our Best Seller
Friends and family often ask us what our best selling car is at Brannon Honda and we are always pleased to tell that it’s our flagship sedan – the Honda Accord. We always keep a large supply of Accords in stock – to keep up with the demand! The Accord is Honda’s best selling car in America. In fact, it’s the second highest selling car in America overall. The third best selling car in America is also on our lots – the Honda Civic. Brannon Honda always has plenty of new and used Accords on our lot in Birmingham, so come visit us today.
Why is the Accord our best seller?
- Brannon Honda is always offering specials on the Accord. You can view our current Accord special here to see what our monthly Accord deal is. Check our used Accord inventory too so you can know the latest prices on quality pre owned Hondas.
- The Accord itself makes for an easy sell. The Accord was first introduced in 1976 and has since been known for its hallmark value and safety. The redesigned 2013 model is no exception. The ninth generation Accord is the most luxurious Accord yet.
- Accord Value – Our customers know that when they buy a new Accord from us, they will be receiving top value. Kelley Blue Book calculated that the Accord has the Best Resale Value in its class. This means when it comes time to get a new vehicle down the road, your Accord will retain maximum value.
- Accord Awards – The 2013 Accord has received numerous accolades, including an unprecedented 27th Car and Driver “10 Best” title for the model, as well as an Automobile Magazine All-Star award, a Best Family Car award from Parenting magazine and Edmunds.com, and Best New Sedan Under $25,000 status from KBB.com. The Accord also topped the competition in a six-way midsize sedan comparison test by Cars.com, USA Today and Motorweek, and was found to have the highest resale value in its class by KBB.com. The Accord’s Earth Dreams Technology 4-cylinder and V-6 engines were also chosen as among the 10 Best Engines of 2013 by Ward’s.
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